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Q&A With Burma Economic Advisor Zaw Ooi
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October 28, 2013 9:19 PM
With political reforms that have led to the lifting of most Western sanctions, Burma appears poised for steady economic growth. But the country still faces many challenges. VOA’s Alex Villarreal recently interviewed Zaw Oo, a top economic advisor to Burmese President Thein Sein, about trade and investment as well as concerns about human rights and corruption.

Q&A With Burma Economic Advisor Zaw Oo

Published October 28, 2013

With political reforms that have led to the lifting of most Western sanctions, Burma appears poised for steady economic growth. But the country still faces many challenges. VOA’s Alex Villarreal recently interviewed Zaw Oo, a top economic advisor to Burmese President Thein Sein, about trade and investment as well as concerns about human rights and corruption.


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